Pimpin the CSGO Roster

June 15 2016
As the head coach of Liquid and on behalf of our players, I am very happy to announce Pimp as our 5th player and new rifler after ECS and ESL Cologne.

We truly believe that he is the best option to fill the role we needed, and together with his consistency and large experience, he's gonna help us to improve a lot. I am certain that with a lot of dedication and hard work, we will become one of the best teams in the world.

We are all very excited for this new roster and we can't wait to practice and compete together.

- Luis "peacemaker" Tadeu




It is with great excitement that I call myself a Team Liquid player starting today. You don't get presented an opportunity like this very often in your life, so I had no doubt when Liquid reached out to hear if I was ready to help them and myself take a step forward in our careers. I have great confidence that the roster we have assembled is one that can compete with the very best out there, just as I have confidence in myself finding the form I once had during my times with Western Wolves and Dignitas.

With that said, it is with sadness that I part ways with SK gaming. There were a lot of ups and downs, but in the end it was a huge learning experience for me. I'm sure that the lessons I learned there will help me succeed in the future. I wish my former teammates all the best, and I hope they will keep grinding their way to the top. Last but not the least, I want to thank SK Gaming and their partners for always taking good care of me. I wish them and their staff the best as well.

I am eager to start my new adventure and represent a team and organization like Liquid.

-Jacob "Pimp" Winneche



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